Hull Barrett, PC Wins Three Legal Awards from Corporate INTL Magazine

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Corporate INTL names Hull Barrett, PC Product Liability and Construction Law Firm of the Year and Dispute Resolution Advisor of the Year in Georgia

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Neal Dickert, leader of the dispute resolution practice group at Hull Barrett, stated, “We are excited to receive recognition from Corporate International for our dispute resolution, construction and product liability work in Georgia."

Hull Barrett, PC is pleased to announce it has been chosen for three 2010 legal awards by Corporate INTL Magazine. The three titles the firm has received are:

-Product Liability Law Firm of the Year in Georgia
-Construction Law Firm of the Year in Georgia
-Dispute Resolution Advisor of the Year in Georgia.

Neal Dickert, leader of the dispute resolution practice group at Hull Barrett, stated, “We are excited to receive recognition from Corporate International for our dispute resolution, construction and product liability work in Georgia. In a highly competitive field, we are honored to be recognized for our service to our clients and knowledge in these areas.”

The Corporate INTL Awards (http://www.corp-intl.com) merit those who have been active this past year and have demonstrated superior client service and legal knowledge. All award winners have been chosen through processes of public nominations and detailed research looking at service range, business type, geographical location, how the business operates and the expertise each law firm can offer to clients and companies in their respective practice areas. The firms then are reviewed by an independent awards panel consisting of business leaders, experts in the relevant field of law and the editor of Corporate INTL Magazine.

Hull Barrett, PC is a full service law firm with 29 attorneys firm wide. The firm is engaged in a general civil practice providing a broad range of legal services with an emphasis on general litigation, trials and appeals; securities and corporate law; mergers, acquisitions and public offerings; local government law and eminent domain actions; health care; computer and technology law; internet ventures; trademark and copyright law; taxation; public finance; commercial real estate; construction law and disputes; employment law; banking law; insurance law; trusts, estate planning and probate; First Amendment and media law and environmental matters. Hull Barrett represents a broad client base of major corporations, small businesses, professional entities, financial and lending institutions, local governments, public authorities, public utilities, railroad companies, insurance companies, health care institutions and individuals.

Hull Barrett is also a member of the International Society of Primerus Law Firms (Primerus). Primerus is a society of top-rated, independent, boutique law firms that have earned the right to display the Primerus seal of quality. As one of the most respected law firm societies, Primerus has over 170 member firms in 125 cities located in 23 countries throughout the world. Primerus has become the size of some of the world's largest law firms. However, unlike most large firms, Primerus is growing at an unprecedented pace, and is expanding throughout Europe, Asia, and elsewhere around the globe. Primerus firms provide clients with responsive, partner-level service at reasonable fees. Law firms in the U.S. and Canada must be AV-rated using the Martindale-Hubbell peer review service. For firms outside of North America, consideration is given to respected resources such as Chambers Global Guide, Legal 500 EMEA, and IFLR 1000. Additionally, once approved for membership, every Primerus firm is audited, annually, to ensure that the legal services they continue to provide to clients are of a consistent, high quality, year after year. Each member is committed to the following standards: Integrity, Excellent Work Product, Reasonable Fees, Continuing Legal Education, Civility and Community Service.

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